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Integrated Systems Thinking for Mental Health projects – Spring 2015

Developing a greencare mental health service using an integrated systems approach Would you like to understand how to bring an integrated systems thinking approach to your preventative and restorative health care programmes to create resilience and effect lasting change in society? With effortless simplicity, earth’s natural systems have co-evolved to create ecosystems that are resilient, stable and […]

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HVAP initiative for NPE gathers momentum

The High Value Agriculture Products (HVAP) initiative is now gathering momentum. There has been a lot of background activity since my last update back in December. Steve Mangan presented our concept to the GEN Africa conference in December .   Our work will now be extended to support a pan Africa model entitled the Ecovillage […]

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Introduction to Permaculture, Shackleford Village Surrey, May 2015

Are you seeking practical solutions towards a more healthy and low impact lifestyle? Wonderful news! We’ve been invited back to Surrey in 2015 to carry on the work of supporting the interest in low impact connected lifestyles by running our second annual introduction to permaculture at Shackleford Village Hall with Tim Hopkin. Permaculture uses whole system thinking […]

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“Seasons of Soil” Permablitz with the Quadrangle – 7th June 2014

  Ever been to a permablitz before? Want to see how permaculture thinking can influence a forest garden? Come on over to Kent for this free event hosted by Natural Flow supporting The Quadrangle Trust‘s “Seasons of Soil” programme. We will be introducing the ever evolving forest garden, The Quadrangle Trust itself, sharing food, and enjoying a […]

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